Mission Viejo continues to bustle with business activity
New businesses continue to open in Mission Viejo and others are coming our way. Here is a summary of the latest business activity:
Retail stores in GreenStreet Mission Viejo, the new commercial center at Marguerite Parkway (south of Avery) continue to open including BurgerIM, La Vie Nail Spa, Seville Classics (a container-type store) and the carwash, with Saffron Mediterranean Grill following soon.
Stacks Pancakes is also gearing up to open in the Trabuco Hills Center at 27762 Santa Margarita Parkway, and Yum Ice Cream is scooping up yummy ice cream at The Shops at Mission Viejo.
CAllie Girl Boutique moved and reopened in a larger suite at 25350 Marguerite Parkway, Suite D.
Four new training, fitness and yoga businesses have rolled out the red carpet to fitness enthusiasts including Class UFC, StretchLab, Soul Movement Yoga and Ora Pilate Studio.
The new state-of-the-art Leonard Cancer Center located on a portion of The Shops at Mission Viejo is now open and serving patients from Mission Viejo and throughout the region. The only comprehensive cancer center in Southern Orange County, it houses a research and clinical trial program, a nurse navigation program, radiation oncology, imaging services, an infusion center and complementary therapies, as well as an education center and a demonstration kitchen.
Other new businesses that recently opened in town include Bam Bam’s Barbershop and Project Eye Care Optometry.